Enterprise values the hard work of its employees, and strives to support and recognise the contribution they make. So, careers at Enterprise come with an extensive benefits package, from shopping discounts, to private medical and dental care plans, to a retirement savings plan, life insurance and long-term disability cover. The company also strives for the best possible work-life balance, so employees benefit from maternity, paternity and adoption leave.
Enterprise has an excellent benefits package. The 401K matches up to 7% and vacation/time off is consistent with all other corporate standards.
Good benefits that's about it I guess the higher up you are the more perks you get so to each it's own
The benefits were about standard. The vacation package was fairly descent, but the medical insurance kept increasing almost yearly.
for my position there is no benefits so i would say that is the worst part about the job this is because it is just a part time job
The overall package is inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. If you do need to use your health coverage you will need to pay a lot out of pocket. Corporate discounts are good and employee/family rentals are good, friend rentals you don;t save anything. 3% employer match which is just okay, a lot are doing 5% now.
Maternity leave is paid, and there is a phased approach to returning to a full-time schedule.
Insurance doesn't pay as much as you think and it is expensive. But they have a good 401K that they match3% so that helps
Different plan options, good coverage. They could use plan that is tailored for younger people. Overall the benefits are great
sucks, no pension. 3% matching.
We get a discount on rental cars, as well as our family members. Our friends only get 5% off which is just a joke.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.